Bayern Munich winger, Franck Ribery, told the German sports magazine Kicker he won’t leave the Bavarian giants for another European side.
"I am a player of Bayern Munich and there will be no other European club for me during my career," the Frenchman said.
The contract of the 30-year-old FIFA Ballon d’Or nominee runs until 2017 and Ribery wants to continue his success in Munich.
After his general career he could possibly join the MLS in America or the United Arab Emirates.
"I would well be flattered by the chance to play in a country like the United States or the United Arab Emirates one day," Ribery said.
"Still I would not say this is a part of my general career.
"Joining a club there would definitely be a bonus. I will not be joining another Europe-based outfit any more.
Ribery and Bayern have won the treble last season, as well as the European Super Cup in the beginning of the new season and the FIFA Club World Cup this past weekend.
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